, Information Technology
, computer glitch
, mashal law
, urban issues
, urban infrastructure
, urban life endagered
Run time 11 min.Producer Dan HubpAudio/Visual sound, colorLanguage EnglishContact Information This film work is under copyright. Copyright by Dan Hubp. All rights reserved. The download of this movie for private use only is allowed, however not for any educational or academic purpose, public screenings and any other commercial use of this work. Schools, academies, universities and other media archives also need to license if they want to use this work for educational purposes or as part of their film collection or in their libraries. Please contact producer-director Dan Hubp for licensing: Email: dan [AT] hubp.com website: <a href="http://www.hubp.com">www.hubp.com </a> -- "Globians" is a registered trade and service mark of Polzer Media Group GmbH Germany (www.polzer.org)
From Globians film collection 2007: Y2K. It could have happened and it could happen again, anytime… –– Short film by Dan Hubp. At Globians Film Collection we track the work of Dan Hubp as a pivotal voice of American independent cinema blurring the boundaries between documentary and fictional work. We were very proud to show his latest short film "The Test" (USA 2007) at this years Globians Film Festival round. Part of this archive.org collection are two more of his films for streaming and download: "Me Jane" (USA 2000) at http://www.archive.org/details/Me_Jane_USA_2000
and "Not This War" (USA 2006) at http://www.archive.org/details/Not_This_War_USA2006
. Check them out.
September 9, 2014
i thought we earthlings
were supposed to control the grid, not it us. well evidently it did not happen because there was a manual over ride or whatever. but i fear that perhaps increasingly we depend too much on computers running everything, and perhaps if we get too complacent and the grid is connected with other grids all over the world it could happen. you always have to have the human over ride or fail safe. but i don't know because i am a mere user not an IT geek.
February 27, 2011
I just clicked on this link because of the cute girl in the preview thumbnail pic - looks good so far.
January 30, 2010
January 27, 2008
Silly, melodramatic fear mongering (as hindsight clearly shows.) But enjoyable for its campy theme. I suppose its moral is valid (if it has a moral.) But I just have a feeling the intent was more to inflame than to warn.
I have to go hide in my bunker now.
September 1, 2007
a computer glitch brings down urban life
It could have happened and it could happen again, anytime soon...